A 3 door (practically 2) Estilo which is expensive and also expesive to maintain will not have any takers because the original Estilo with proper 4 doors and less expensive to maintain is already here.
The interiors are simple and nice - I hope they make it unchanged to the production version. Typical Skoda quality at a budget price. Skoda has to improve it's after sales service if it wants this car to do well.
It looks like the foriegn brands are leaving no stone unturned to taste a grand success. Be it economical sedans like Nissan Sunny or entry level hatchbacks like Hyundai Eon, each manufacturer want to conquer each territory.
I dont think so. These cars use synthetic oil and the spares/servicing costs are higher than other Indian cars. My friends having Fabias/Polos end up paying Rs 9000-10000 on every service (every 15000 kms) while those owning Swifts, i10s,Vistas, etc end up paying around Rs 4000 on every service (every 10000 km). Over a 90000 km driving cycle, owners of Polos/Fabias would thus end up paying approx 50 % more than the owners of Japanese/Indian cars. This does not take into account replacement of parts other than the ones that are necessitated to be replaced as per the service manual.